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"The following Life of St. John of the Cross has been compiled from that written by Fra Joseph of Jesus and Mary, who entered the order of Carmel in 1595, three years after the death of the saint. Fra Joseph was appointed annalist, and had access to all the papers necessary for his work. But his life, of the saint was not regarded with favour by his brethren, and the publication of it took place without the sanction of his superiors, who after- wards deprived him of his charge of annalist.... Topics: Christian saints -- Biography, John of the Cross, Saint, 1542-1591 -- Biography, John of the Cross,...
byEugene Thacker (The New School); Nicola Masciandaro (Brooklyn College, CUNY)
Featured talk by Eugene Thacker, with a response from Nicola Masciandaro, at "Speculative Medievalisms: A Laboratory-Atelier," a 1-day symposium held at The Anatomy Theater, King's College London, 14 January 2011 [organized and sponsored by the BABEL Working Group, the Centre for Late Antique and Medieval Studies @ King's College London, and the Petropunk Collective]. Topics: darkness, mysticism, Meister Eckhart, John of the Cross, Dionysius the Areopagite, Georges Bataille
byBergmüller, Johann Andreas, fl. 1716-ca. 1730; Gutwein, Johann Melchior, fl. 1727-1733; Rein, Melchior, fl. 1714-1730
Text consists of 17 plates with illustrations from the life of St. John of the Cross. Each is followed by an Elogium in Latin verse and an explanation of the illustration and its symbolism in German. The titles of most Elogia contain a chronogram; that for the last yields the date 1591, the year of John's death Topics: John of the Cross, Saint, 1542-1591, Barfüsserkirche (Augsburg, Germany), Discalced Carmelites...
Drawing upon the richness of the Carmelite tradition, Fr Greg Homeming OCD reflects on the practice of discernment and suggests some simple aids. These talks were given at a weekend retreat at the Mt Carmel Retreat Centre at Varroville, NSW, Australia. For more information go to www.carmelite.com Topics: prayer, meditation, contemplation, Carmelite, spirituality, St Teresa of Avila, St John of the...
Jack "The Agnostic" Garcia dodges 100 degree heat, low voltage and bad electricity in order to present the first in a series of programs on the Mystical Spanish Saints. This time out Jack returns to the 16th century Spanish Catholic Empire and focuses on St. Teresa of Avila and her friend and collaborator St. John of The Cross. From their intense visions to their literary legacy and their founding of many Monasteries under great opposition from the Inquisition. Topics: God Rock Radio, Jack "The Agnostic" Garcia, St. Teresa, St. John of The Cross
Fr Greg Homeming OCD reflects on St John of the Cross' profound insights into the human person and the soul. These talks were given at a weekend retreat at the Mt Carmel Retreat Centre at Varroville, NSW, Australia. For more information go to www.carmelite.com Topics: prayer, meditation, contemplation, Carmelite, spirituality, St John of the Cross, Catholic
The homily of Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth, Superior/Moderator of the Oratory in Formation at Saint Thomas Apostle Church in Washington, DC on the Feast of St. John of the Cross – November 24, 2014.MOBILE DEVICES: Free: Download ‘Internet Archive’ from your APP STORE. Search by keywords. Search also by my name. I upload ALL talks and daily homilies at STA. Feed on the manna from heaven anytime anywhere.Apostolate: Please feel free to forward this mail to your family and friends. The... Topics: St. John of the Cross, Msgr. Andrew Wadsworth, Saint Thomas Apostle Church, Washington DC, Oratory...
Emanuel Youth Choir from the UK, during its visit to Malta in 2005, singing during the 10am english-language Sunday Mass at St John of the Cross Parish Church in Ta' Xbiex, Malta. Format: XviD (mp4 container) For more information: http://www.taxbiex.com http://www.stjohnofthecross.net Topics: emanuel youth choir, mass, religion, catholic, ta xbiex, ta' xbiex, malta, church, parish, st john...
byLewis, David, 1814-1895; John Of The Cross, Saint, 1542-1591; Oblate Fathers of Saint Charles; Wiseman, Nicholas Patrick, 1802-1865
CONTENTS OF THE FIRST VOLUME. THE ASCENT OF MOUNT CARMEL. STANZAS 1 PROLOGUE 3 BOOK I. THE NATURE OF THE OBSCURE NIGHT, THE NECESSITY OF PASSING THROUGH IT IN ORDER TO ATTAIN TO THE DIVINE UNION: AND SPECIALLY THE OBSCURE NIGHT OF SENSE AND DESIRE, WITH THE EVILS WHICH THESE INFLICT ON THE SOUL. CHAPTER I. TWO KINDS OF THIS NIGHT, CORRESPONDING WITH THE DIVISION OF THE SOUL INTO HIGHER AND LOWER 8 CHAPTER II. THE NATURE AND CAUSE OF THE OBSCURE NIGHT .... 9 CHAPTER III. THE FIRST CAUSE, THE... Topics: Catholic Church, Theology -- Early Works To 1800, Mysticism -- Catholic Church, Theology,...
byRousselot, Paul, b. 1833; Umbert, Pedro, ed. and tr
Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Texas and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Malón de Chaide, 1530-1589, John, of Avila, Saint, 1499?-1569, Luis, de Granada, 1504-1588,... Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=55QSAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
byRousselot, Paul, b. 1833; Umbert, Pedro, ed. and tr
Book digitized by Google from the library of University of Texas and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb. Topics: Malón de Chaide, 1530-1589, John, of Avila, Saint, 1499?-1569, Luis, de Granada, 1504-1588,... Source: http://books.google.com/books?id=vZQSAAAAYAAJ&oe=UTF-8
The Justifications by Madame Guyon - Section 01 of 60, Part 01 of 02 - read by Peter-John Parisis TABLE OF ARTICLES VOLUME 1 Page Madame Guion (Guyon) 5 List of Books from Madame Guyon in the original French 6 History of Peter-John Parisis (Translator/Publisher) 7 Preface 13 1. Abandon. Resignation. 18 2. Acts (Deeds). 26 3. Annihilation (Destruction). 33 4. Center, depths of the soul. 37 5. Short Method. This method is the shortest. 41 6. Looking for (Seeking) God in self. Reign of God in us.... Topics: Madame Jeanne de la Mothe Guion, Guyon, Justifications, God, Jesus Christ, Holy Ghost, Spirit,...